Decent battery time for the hardware.
Outstanding performance and graphics.
Remains cool while gaming.
Keyboard keys a tad small.
No multitouch gestures on touchpad.
By Maximum PC on December 17, 2013
If the MSI GT60 looks familiar, that might be because it's identical to our zero-point gaming notebook , which we first reviewed in our December 2012 issue. While the laptop uses the same chassis, the refreshed unit comes with shiny new parts that...90
By HardwareHeaven on November 12, 2013
tarting with the build quality and design of the GT60 20D we have a system which offers quite a spread of experiences. First and foremost the main chassis is decent, but it does feel a little dated when compared to some of the competition... and it is...-
By NotebookCheck on August 09, 2013
MSI GT60 WSPH-7216257BW (0NG-405de) Based on the GT60 gaming notebook, MSI's workstation offers a lot of value for the money . Performance compares well to other, similarly equipped professional notebooks and remains top-notch even when the system...83
By PCPer on July 18, 2013
So, what does this all add up to? Quite simply, a desktop replacement in the purest sense, but with a bit more portability than your average 17” gaming notebook. The GT60 2OD-026US doesn’t compromise in the realm of performance, but it does...-
By Notebook Review on June 28, 2013
In terms of the performance the MSI GT60 is sublime. The fourth-generation i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, GTX 780M GPU, and 128GB SSD ensure lighting fast performance and response. The notebook is capable of running any game currently on the market, and...86
By NotebookCheck on February 25, 2013
Similar designs will draw similar conclusions; like the GT60 gamer before it, the GT60 workstation is one of the more stable and well-made systems in its class. The multi-color backlit keyboard only adds to its stylish appearance to make it that much...84
By Maximum PC on January 16, 2013
We’ve been so inundated with Ultrabooks these days that we almost forgot how powerful, and hulking, a full-on gaming notebook can be. The MSI GT60 arrived in our Lab to remind us. At 15.6 inches, the GT60 is not the biggest of the big, but...80
By Rbmods.com on June 22, 2012
The biggest con with this laptop is that it cost about 1500$ which is way more than people can afford these days, for that type of money you can get a decent Apple laptop that is thinner and lighter than this one although not with the same hardware....-
By NotebookCheck on June 07, 2012
Jonas Adams (translated by Michael Nissen), 06/07/2012 With the GT60, MSI throws a 15,6-inch notebook with current Ivy-Bridge-Processors on the market. The notebook is aimed to score with a fancy design, as well as with other gaming-related...84
By LaptopMag on May 11, 2012
With Intel's Ivy Bridge processor and Nvidia's latest graphics inside, the MSI GT60 delivers impressive gaming performance and audio quality at a good...80